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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Diamond Lane
|1.||All Rebels Welcome|
|2.||I Know Who You Did Last Summer|
|3.||City of Sin|
|5.||All the Pretty Things|
|9.||Never Going Home|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: June 8, 2011 at 10:09|
|This sophomore CD from Diamond Lane wallows in the same wanton, devil-be-damned debauchery that GNR rode to superstardom back in the day, the kind of album you throw on when you want to scream about slugging cheap booze and nailing even cheaper chicks. In other words, this ain't U2 (thank God). The choruses are catchy enough without being overblown, the band more concerned with being badass than bombastic, treading the same turf currently trod by Buckcherry and Vains of Jenna. The album is packed with full-throttle, turbo-charged intensity with nary a ballad in sight to leaven the heaviness. This is a tough, dirty, hard-hitting sleaze rock offering that is raucous and raunch-tinged but done mostly right, packed with slithering sexual grooves perfect for a nasty bit of wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am business. Anyone craving some new millennium sleaze drenched in ‘80s excess like a drunken co-ed drenched in cheap beer at a collegiate kegger should definitely crank up this gem.|
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